We at Alamo Roofing Contractors believe that you deserve the best solutions for your Portage roof. Our expert roofers work with you to ensure that you get the roofing system you want and need, at a price you can afford.
We know that installing a new roof can bite a large chunk out of your savings, and it is a significant investment, but it is also something that you wouldn’t want to do too often. Most roofing systems can last up to 30-40 years, sometimes even longer when properly cared for and maintained. Minor maintenance may be a short-term bother, but it is much less of a problem than repairing major roofing issues or replacing the entire roofing system.
The lifespan of your roof is also dependent on things such as environmental conditions, exposure to the elements, and the quality of your roof’s installation. Living in Portage means that your roof is regularly exposed to things such as heavy rains, intense wind speeds, tornadoes, and more. These environmental conditions can significantly impact the lifespan of your rooftop and lead to its accelerated degradation.
Let’s take a look at how long your roof type typically lasts in Portage:
Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Asphalt shingle roofing is one of the most common roofing materials in the Portage area. It is a popular option due to it being relatively cheap and easy to install. Stormy weather, severe wind speeds, and tornadoes are all enemies of asphalt shingle roofing. Shingle rooftops usually last around 15 to 25 years; however, this will likely be significantly shortened in an area like Portage.
Metal roofing is believed to be the most environmentally friendly roofing material available. The metal roofing is often made from 100% recycled materials. Not only is the roof eco-friendly, but it is also cost-effective as it has a lifespan of 30-50 years, and with proper maintenance, you can stretch this lifespan to nearly 70 years. However, should your neighborhood be in the path of a tornado or severe storm, you may lose your rooftop as these extreme weather conditions pass over.
Flat roofing systems are known for being durable and highly weather-resistant. Commercial building owners prefer flat roofing systems due to their easy installation and maintenance. Flat rooftops have a lifespan of about 20 years, but their lifespan can be affected by things like environmental influences and foot traffic. Unlike other roofing materials that have components that can be lifted and loosened by severe winds, your flat rooftop is relatively safe from any uplift.
Portage’s Leading Roofing Specialists
As Portage’s leading roof installation company, we take pride in providing our customers and community with only the very best roofing solutions. Give Alamo Roofing Contractors a call today for your free roofing estimate.